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's take a morning again to lisa baden. >> everything seems to be running in our favor. we will give you normal travel times in case you want to take the dulles greenway or the dulles toll road. good on 270 to get into montgomery county. a nice ride on the beltway in montgomery county. we will go to the camera and show you headlights northbound up to the beltway running smoothly. >> thank you. >>> officials are launching a new bus service today to get more cars off the roads. they will make four morning trips from woodbridge to tysons corner. it will pick up passengers at the 95-123 commuter lot and stop at 16 locations in tysons corner. there will be four returned evening trips. >>> 47 degrees. >> east meets west. we will check out how germany is marking two decades since the berlin wall opened the border. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> welcome back. in our top stories, more safety questions surrounding met
starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> in our top stories, more safety questions surrounding metro. the transit agency has blocked independent monitors from doing safety checks along the tracks since this spring. metro says these monitors are allowed if they have a safety escort. >> president obama will meet with benjamin not to your note at the white house this evening. relations have been strained since he rejected the demand to halt settlements in the west bank. they want leaders to relaunch stalled peace talks. >> per kaine ida stilt -- hurricane ida still remains a threat. a state of emergency has been declared in louisiana. at least one of the 24 deaths in el salvador are being blamed on the storm. >>> today marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall. the wall was erected in 1961. it's separated families. soldiers were ordered to shoot any east german who try to get through. the wall came down 20 years later. more than 10,000 east germans crossed the border into west germ
francis townsend and lisa bloom. good to have all of you with us. fran, i want to start with you. now we have the picture proof of them face-to-face with president obama. so there is no question to how far the unchecked access got them. really to the highest level. how does this happen? and what should happen now to both the salahis and the secret service folks on duty that night? >> sure. you know, erica, what happens is once you come to that initial point that tom foreman mentions, that perimeter point where you go through a magnetometer, once you're through there, nobody really checks you again. the presumption if you got inside the perimeter, inside the white house grounds, you've been cleared. so no one would have checked them again. and so they would have come into the white house. they would have gone up stairs. they would have gone to somebody at a social secretary's desk to get a card before you go in for your photograph with the president. oftentimes there is an administrative slipup. someone will write it out for you. the only purpose is to put the picture and name together an
and tuesday. we spoke to lisa robinson, and they explain what attorneys will be looking for for jurors to be sitting on this case. >> mayor dixon's life is so hectic, she could have easily lost awareness it those rare gift cards she had gotten or if they belonged to someone else -- if those gift cards she had gotten belonged to her or someone else. women would certainly be something we did want to have. >> the prosecution wants the opposite, focused people, elderly, and he projects the trial will last about 10 days. that would give the case to the jurors just before thanksgiving. reporting live at city hall, kim dacey, wbal tv 11 news. >> jury selection beginning tomorrow, and 11 news will have a team of reporters covering the case on their an online at wbaltv.com. -- on air and online. and man were shot near the harbor house complex around 1:30 this morning -- a man was shot. police say he is in serious condition. there is no word tonight on a suspect or motive in this case. we are learning more about the maryland soldier who was one of 13 people killed in that deadly shooting rampage
to customer service. wbal tv 11 news lisa robinson explains. >> hopefully you'll have great customer service this holiday shopping season. that wasn't always the case for our secret shopper. with the eye team's hidden camera rolling we sent her to a dozen stores in the baltimore area. she'll make purchases and give us her overall opinions of the experience including the help she receives and the cleanliness of the stores and ladies room. some places got it right. >> service was excellent. i told her it was a gift. she gave me a little bag, gift receipt. pleasant. >> other places, she thought some of them weren't so good. >> i would have walked out the door in such a shamble of store. >> monday at 11:00 see which stores the secret shopper peoples the best and which didn't cut it. for the 11 news eye team, i'm lisa robinson. >>> accused in the fort hood shooting faces a judge from his hospital bed. why that hearing sparked outrage looking for new answers to help treat disaster survivors. the possible lynx between ptsd and genes. >>> and i'm tony pann. we're watching a storm system coming out o
x late breaking, this is doubly -- wbal. >> i am lisa robbins. >> our top stories in a moment but let's look outside with our meteorologist. >> good morning. temperatures this morning around the city dropped below the freezing point. it may have done in a few of your favorite plants. the days are getting shorter and everything else. we have to look forward to cooler weather for a while. today we will see a warming trend. we will reverse the trend we have had for the last couple of days. yesterday's high was only around 52 degrees. we will do better than that during the day today. the closest storms have been a couple of sprinkles and showers with mixed precipitation in upstate new york. the real stormy weather is coming off the pacific ocean in the pacific northwest where they are having rain in the lower elevations. not much going on. the warming trend will be welcome and we will talk about that and a few minutes. -- in a few minutes. >> baltimore mayor sheila dixon talks exclusively to 11 years. she spoke about her commitment to the business of the city as her top priority.
by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah weiner in for kate amara. our top stories in jome. first a look outside with john collins. >> an indicator, i didn't have to scrape the windshield this morning. temperatures are above freezing, not below freezing. in addition to the chilly air we have, we have a hurricane moving into the gulf of mexico. still the tropical storm and hurricane season. still winter -- hardly winter-like at this stage. we are headed toward spring-like weather. more on that in a mome. as we were yesterday morning, storm-free around the mid-atlantic region. i have had to resort the national radar imaginary to show you where the storms are. a little bit more action in the pacific northwest as yesterday. northern plains. also up in the state of maine and the maritime provinces of canada. here's the rain sorted with ida moving into the gulf of mexico. we'll talk about these weather systems and how at the moment they are not affecting us at all. see you in a few minutes. >> the house of representatives -- >> the ameri
>> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. top stories in just a moment. first, a look outside with meteorologist john collins. >> beautiful morning. absolutely beautiful. chilly, but not as cold as yesterday. we're doing this in steps and getting this to a level that we're probably not going to see much more of because we're getting deeper into autumn and approaching winter as the days get shorter. it's just over -- well, the days are getting shorter. 18 hours of sunlight. 18 hours of sunlight stuck in there. anyway, the days are getting shorter, and there is less time to enjoy what we see here. druid hills park. our view overlooking its park. radar doesn't have much to show around here. stormy weather out in the northern plains. also unsettled weather in the gulf of mexico and the caribbean. that's all because of hurricane ida. we'll dach about that and will ida get close? the forecast is just ahead. >> and america and the american people won today. >> the house of representatives passes a historic health care reform to provide coverage to millions more americ
'm juju chang. >>> joining us now is a pediatrician, dr. lisa thornton. this is so close to my heart with two little kids. so, let's talk about the risks of overscheduling. they do need some amount of downtime. what does do for a kid? >> kids need time to daydream and think and be creative and make up games. so when everything's constantly scheduled they don't do that so creativity is not as spontaneous. >> yeah, it's true. kids will play with a box if they get bored. that's good to allow some of that. >> it is, and children shouldn't feel have to perform to get their parents eye attention. so if they understand mom and dad really want them in all of these activities, they get the message it's all about them being in activity not being themselves. >> lot of it is keeping up with the joneses, everybody in your school district is doing tee ball. you feel like you have to do it, too. >> but you don't. >> what are the warning signs? >> one of the keys is that if their schedule is so frantic that you're frantic, it's probably too much. >> uh-oh. >> because they're going to take their cues
the former astronaut accused of trying to kidnap romantic rival. lisa nowak is due in court today. you'll hear about a plea deal on the table plus michael jackson's father is challenging his son's will. he says the executors of his son's will made a big mistake. >>> the former astronaut accused of attacking another woman, lisa nowak will be in court in florida. the deal has some conditions. they're not giving details, though. nowak pled not guilty to attempted kidnapping and other charges. the woman she allegedly attacked is expected to be there today as well. >>> new this morning, basketball legend kareem abdul ba ja bar has revealed he has cancer. here is rafer with more on the story. it just caused a ripple of reaction in the newsroom. >> because he's a young guy and such a well known guy. kareem abdul-jabbar is only 62 years old, one of the greatest of all time. now he says he has a rare form of blood cancer called chronic myeloid leukemia. his doctor told him it is not a death sentence. he is trying to raise awareness and give hope to others who may have the disease. he approached
was preparing to leave for afghanistan. >>> turning now to dr. lisa van sustern, a psychiatrist who has been following this case for us. we had you on after it first happened and wanted to invite you back now four days later, can we make any more sense of this and rationalize how someone can do this? >> the sense that we can make of this is as follows, and this is a preliminary investigation, it may be that major hasan was affected about some of his religious views, it may be that he was affected by his opposition to the wars in afghanistan and iraq. but mostly, what we are seeing, is a catastrophic emotional instability that may have occurred as a result of potentially preexisting conditions, but certainly the trauma of listening to others being traumatized over the years. >> there is an extraordinary article, i mentioned that, on time.com and for this man, for psychiatrists and therapists in general. when they hear about the things the returning soldiers are telling them about, it can impact them emotionally. >> tony, you are so right. this is called secondary trauma. listening to stories
for your views on this. let's get to the phones. lisa is calling us from missouri. lisa, what's your situation? >> caller: hi. i'm a mother of seven children. >> wow, okay. >> caller: and i've found that, you know, it's better to be honest with your children as the situation occurs, because children are a lot more understandable these days than we think. >> okay. you think that they're mature than we give them credit for. >> caller: yes, i do. >> okay. are you fortunate enough to still be in a situation where you can take care of them? >> caller: yes, i am. my husband is back to work now. unfortunately, i'm still laid of off, but my children understand those things, because we have been completely honest from day one with our children. >> okay. hang in there, lisa, and i hope that you are gainfully employed again soon, as well. let's get to greg calling us from arizona. all right, greg. lisa says that you should talk to the kids about what's going on. what do you think? >> caller: well, in our household, we have three rules about family and christmas. >> okay. >> caller: the first ru
co-pays and out of pocket expen expenses. lisa sylvester explains. >> reporter: for many u.s. workers, it's open enrollment time, when workers choose their company-sponsored health care plans for next year. what they're finding, many corporations have scaled back. workers will have to pay higher out-of-pocket a company that advises corporations on benefit plans four out of ten employers are raising workers' deductibles and co-payments next year. >> health care costs are still rising faster than pay, rising faster than profits, rising faster than almost any other input. and so those costs have to be shared. and one way to do that is to increase the out of pocket costs for people who use health care services. >> congress is debating a health care bill, but will it push down those rising costs that workers have to shell out? democrats think so. >> this is why this legislation is important. affordability for our middle class. it lowers cost for every patient, reigns in premiums, co-pays, and deductibles, limits out of pocket cost. >> reporter: but many americans are not persuaded that pre
rival in some kind of a love triangle, lisa nowak is due in court today. you will hear about a plea deal on the table. michael jackson's father is challenging his late son's will. he says the executors of his son's will made a big mistake. >>> good morning! hope you're awake at 17 minutes past the hour and that you're on time here. >>> president obama hopes to become the first sitting president to visit hiroshima and nagasaki, the cities hit by u.s. nukes during world war ii. it won't happen when he visits ya japan this weekend. he says his schedule is full. in the past presidents have avoided the cities so they don't appeal critical of the decisions to drop nukes. many think it saved lives ending the war. >>> another astronaut accused of attacking another woman over an ex-boyfriend may take a plea deal. lisa nowak will be in court in florida. prosecutors say the deal has some conditions but they're not giving the details. nowak pleaded not guilty to attempted kidnapping and other charges. the woman she allegedly attacked is expected to be there today as well. that ought to be interestin
psychiatrist lisa van sustern talks about what may have pushed this man over the edge. >>> and our phone bank and web chat active this morning. you have another hour to get in on this. we're here to help you deal with your debt with smarter ways to juggling your credit cards to getting out of debt. call our experts at 202-895- 3307 or log on if you would like to chat at myfoxdc.com. it's right there on the home page. you can get answers straight from the experts. my doctor told me i had to start doing things for my heart, but i wasn't ready to give up taste. sometimes, sacrifice is the name of the game. well i've heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's going to be a challenge... sure we want to lower our cholesterol, but let's be real, being healthy is tough yea (announcer) honey nut cheerios cereal tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. bee happy. bee healthy. (announcer) try apple cinnamon cheerios. ked in apple th a daring amount of cinnamon. >>> coming up on 9:00. that will do iforthis hour of fox 5 morning news but we'll turn it over to tony and allison to
what i was trained to do, doing what any soldier would do. >> lisa, you re-united with your daughter on saturday evening. i want to show a bit of that reunion. then we'll talk about it. >> oh, baby girl! >> i know, lisa, you were very worried about amber. you had talked to her right before the shooting. then for hours you had no idea how she was, if she had been hit, if she had been killed. but you knew something horrible had happened. what did it mean to you to finally hold her in your arms? >> it was an awesome feeling. she needed me there and we got there as soon as we could. and i don't think i want to leave her now. >> amber, i understand that you are going to be meeting with the president when he comes to ft. hood tomorrow for the memorial service. what's your reaction to that? >> it's crazy. i always wanted to meet him. it's always been i guess a dream of mine to just meet any president really. but i wish it could be under different circumstances. but it's something'm looking forward to. >> now he's certainly wanting to meet you. just to conclude, amber, i know you're being de
to authorities. lisa fletcher has more in ft. collins, colorado. good morning, lisa. >> reporter: good morning, robin. these pleas are part of a plea deal with the prosecutor's office. without it, the charge against richard heene carried a six-year prison term and a $500,000 fine. that said, both the heenes may still face jail time. the heenes will plead guilty this morning to charges related to the most-famous hoax in recent memory. as part of the plea deal, mayumi, a japanese citizen, won't be deported. in an aft, mayumi heene admitted she told her children to lie to authorities and to the media. >> a search is under way for a 6-year-old boy who may or may not have climbed into a homemade helium balloon. >> reporter: it's an image that captivated the country. transfixed and terrified that a 6-year-old boy was sailing across the sky out of control, in an experimental weather balloon. parents called police. and it set in motion an exhaustive search by land and sky. even a military blackhawk helicopter deployed. all at a cost of $55,000. when the balloon was finally grounded, no boy. hours late
. [captioning made possible by constellation energy] >> hello and welcome to 11 news sunday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah wiener. first a look outside with meteorologist john coinls. hey, john. >> a little different out there, warmer, not raining. >> yes. >> there might be a couple of patches of fog and all, but our temperatures now are where they were yesterday morning at this time. the big difference is that there's no moisture in the atmosphere. >> yes, thank you. >> so let's take a look outside at our h.d. doppler radar, and, you know, the proof is in the pudding. yesterday, there were still some sprinkles and a little drizzle and a couple of spotty showers around the area with most of the rain up in new england, a lot of rain up in new england. well, this morning it's still raining in new england, but we've shaken most of the cloud cover. again, there may be a few patches of fog and here there. temperatures are solidly in the 50's around the region, a few suburban 40's are possible, but no rain nearby. that is the good news to finish out the weekend. and wait till you bh
over an ex-boyfriend may take a plea deal. remember lisa nowak? a pretrial hearing in about 90 minutes from now. prosecutors say the deal has conditions but are not disclosing them to. nowak pleaded guilty to attempted kidnapping and other charges opinion the woman she allegedly attacked in a parking lot two years ago is expected to be at that hearing. >>> if you have the h1n1 flu virus, you should get paid sick leave from dwrour employer to stay at home. that's what connecticut senator christopher dodd is proposing as part of emergency legislation in congress. he says the idea is to make sure sick employees stay home rather than expose other people. >> for the 57 million private sector workers who do not have paid sick leave available, coming down with h1n1 means you have, you have to make a choice. either go into work sick or risk infecting co-workers or stay home and lose, of course, a very important day's pay. the center for disease control strongly recommended that you stay home until your fever has ended and for at least another 24 hours after that. this isn't just a workers' rig
, being a family man. leaves behind grieving parents steven and lisa, two brothers, widow meghan, son hayden, daughters lily and alana. jonathan walls. a special good night from alabama friends, lynn, carla, bill. aren't they beautiful? everyone, let's keep shaniya and her family in our prayers. i'll see you tomorrow night 8:00 sharp eastern and until then, good night, friend. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, first sarah palin talked to oprah, then she chatted up barbara walters. if she is going to become a talk show host she's off to a good start. >>> he wilevi johnston didn't g the full monte in his "playboy" spread. >>> finally dr. drew pincy and recovering sex addicts talk about a serious problem that isn't always taken seriously, coming up next. %%%%%%%%% >>> tonight on "the joy behar show" sales for "going rogue" are going through the roof. will sarah palin's vindicti vindictiveness backfire? >>> and there's been posing and posturing this week. is sarah palin's "newsweek" cover too sexist? is levi johnston's play girl shoot not sexy enough? >>> finally
and we begin with lisa baden. >> metrorail is reporting a switching problem at the west falls church metro station. therefore, orange line commuters traveling in both directions will anticipate delays. metrorail -- orange line you'll find typical volume on 66 out of manassas to commit to centreville and from 7100 to the beltway, no accidents. slope from dale city heading on to -- slow from dale city heading into springfield. that is under 95. it is not bad on the dulles greenway or the dulles tol road. usual delays from 7100 out to hunter mill road. >> we are taking it back to the 70's today. we are in the 40's this morning. the son is doing its job and quickly warning us up. let's take look at what things look like outside. the wind is out of the west. that will bring milder air and it will be a mild afternoon. 73 may be the high today. tonight, clouds will move in and tomorrow, cloudy and cooler but rainshowers look like into thursday. >>> christmas is coming to the best month. that is when the christmas tree is set to record the 85-foot tree was cut down in arizona and weighs 7,00
of and then the public option in there. host: lisa was commenting earlier about george voinovich, the only senator not to know yesterday. she says he missed the vote because he was celebrating the 30th anniversary since being elected the mayor of cleveland, ohio. joe is joining us on the republican line. caller: good morning, thank you for taking my call. guest: good morning, joe. caller: i watch the program i guess a month or so ago about a businesswoman in california. she spoke about like five insurance companies or 10 insurance companies providing insurance. i mean, wouldn't it be easier for the government to get involved and say to california, you know, open the doors, let some more insurance companies in, this way you free up some competition. i don't know if this is going on in other states orningt but it seems kind of weird that we got a limited number of insurance companies. and the second one is in new york, we have new york healthy. wouldn't it be easier for the federal government to kind of support or, if you will, -- what can i say. give money to support their program to make it cost e
know of and then the public option in there. host: lisa was commenting earlier about george voinovich, the only senator not to know yesterday. she says he missed the vote because he was celebrating the 30th anniversary since being elected the mayor of cleveland, ohio. joe is joining us on the republican line. caller: good morning, thank you for taking my call. guest: good morning, joe. caller: i watch the program i guess a month or so ago about a businesswoman in california. she spoke about like five insurance companies or 10 insurance companies providing insurance. i mean, wouldn't it be easier for the government to get involved and say to california, you know, open the doors, let some more insurance companies in, this way you free up some competition. i don't know if this is going on in other states orningt but it seems kind of weird that we got a limited number of insurance companies. and the second one is in new york, we have new york healthy. wouldn't it be easier for the federal government to kind of support or, if you will, -- what can i say. give money to support their program
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